Florida has sprung into the fight for Cordy Glenn, the tackle said Wednesday.
Even with the in-season surge for the offensive tackle, the Gators are trying to bust up what has been a two-program dance, and they still have a long way to go to make it a trio.
"Alabama and Georgia have been recruiting the hardest, but I am building the relationship with the Florida guys," he said. "Georgia and Alabama are still out front for me."
Glenn has visited Athens and Tuscaloosa – watching the Bulldogs play both times.
"It was a great atmosphere at the Alabama-Georgia game," he said of the game.
When visiting Athens Glenn was taken onto the field and shown the offensive linemen personally by head coach Mark Richt.
"He showed me all of the offensive linemen that were there right now. I know that I would have a good chance to play there, but that doesn't really change the decision I am going to make," he said.
Speaking of decisions, Glenn was supposed to have already made his. In the middle of August he said he wanted to make a decision by the end of that month. Now at the end of September, Glenn isn't comfortable making that choice now.
"I'm not ready to make that decision right now," he admitted.
"I have a great relationship with Coach Garner and the staff and Georgia," he said. "I have that, too, with the coaches at Alabama."
When asked about the differences between the two head coaches Glenn gave this response: "Richt is about family values and Saban is going to work you hard – and both are good things."